The Royal Caribbean fleet will be growing!
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One new feature which looks set to be a hit is the Two70° venue, which will have full-length windows offering 270-degree views. During the day this will be a lounge with casual dining and home to many scheduled activities. For the nighttime, the space transitions to become a place for amazing aerial displays and other performances.
Other innovations concern staterooms. On average the rooms are 9% larger than the recent Royal Caribbean ships, and there will be a larger variety of categories including better options for single travellers and interconnecting cabins for families. Inside cabin categories will be fitted with screens which simulate a window, hooked up to real-time feeds of the ocean or port views.
More details such as dining options are yet to be revealed, but the ship will contain some tried-and true favourite entertainment features from the cruise line. These include the FlowRider surf simulator, DreamWorks Experience, Solarium, spa and children's play area. Missing will be the ice-skating rink and the traditional Royal Promenade, making way for the new and different components.
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Author: Ryan Posa+